Imam Pasand mango is also called Imam Pasanth and Himayat Mango. This variety of mango has a wonderful texture, sweet aroma, exotic sweetness, and very juicy pulp.
Himayat mango is known as a prominent commercial mango variety in Tamil Nadu, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh states.
Imam pasand is the only mango variety or one of the few mango varieties that have very thin skin, thin seed, and large portion of flesh to eat.
If you ever tasted a delicious Imam Pasand mango from Andra, you would never stop asking it. As the variety has high pulp content, it is the top choice for more people in summer.
In Trichy, a city in Tamil Nadu, people call Imam Pasand as the King of South Mangoes.
The name is derived from Urdu. It translates to Imam’s Favorite. In many cultural dictionaries, Imam is defined as the Muslim leader and Pasand means favorite.
The fruit also has the name Humayun pasand, which translates as the fruit as the favorote of Mugal emperor, Humayan.
The name shows it has been the favorite fruit for most Mugal emperors.